Our joinery is nearly complete now - tilers were in yesterday. They will be painting over the Christmas break and then carpets, etc all in the new year! They hype around TA's speed seems to be right!
Sorry massive dump of photos below but clearly we're very excited!
It's all looking really lovely - in hindsight we think we have gone a little dark with some of our cabinetry and probably would have had some light colour palette choices in there also however we will lighten it up with some brighter furniture (e.g. bar stools, colourful rug etc) to help lighten up the space). The proportions especially in the living, kitchen and dining area feel expansive now that joinery is in and would HIGHLY recommend upgrading to 3m ceilings if you can - it really changes the feel of the space!
The rendering looking fab too would highly recommend it if anyone trying to work out facade colours - we chose silkwort for the render (one colour for whole house which we were nervous about but has come up looking lovely) and black shadow clad for the detail.
Kitchen and Island (3m x 1.2m deep)
Kitchen - upgraded to a 3.3m window to bring in more natural light View down to hallway
View of Living Room Added a bar area next to fridge (Aimee's idea!)
Downstairs powder room - will add mosaic feature tiles and large circular mirror for bit of drama
Laundry - looks pink in photo for some reason.
Understairs Storage - sadly one of the things I'm most excited for!
Entry - wider than looks in photo.
Master Ensuite - excited for our little ledge!
2nd Bathroom upstairs - all with S1 finishes.
View from upstairs rumpus to master bedroom
View from top of stairs - love the drama of the large window
View from living room to kitchen, dining and wine room. feels expansive.
Kitchen - organic white caesarstone to be used for bench top and splash back
view from backyard to pool and alfresco. envisioning many gins consumed in this space.
Side of House - will pave and add arches to help create an entertaining space
Facade - shadowclad finished now just need to stain and add door handle
wow , it looks great !
I will not worry too much about the joinery color - once you got your wall paint on , they will looks amazing !